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Stats Of A UBO Champion: Ryan Ford

 
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January 28, 2020 / BY UBO PRESS OFFICER

 
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Many very talented boxers have held Universal Boxing Organization™ (UBO) titles through-out the years. Some more famous than others, some who went on to become famous, and some who are currently on the way towards a break-through. This is Stats Of A UBO Champion!

 
 
  
NAME:    RYAN FORD (CANADA) 
 
DATE OF BIRTH:    MARCH 8 - 1982 
 
HOMETOWN:    EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA 
 
ALIAS:    THE REAL DEAL
 
UBO TITLE:    WORLD LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT (2.17.2017) 
 
RESULT / OPPONENT:    TKO 9 OVER SAM RAPIRA (NEW ZEALAND): 15-3 (10) 
 
RECORD AT THE TIME:    9-0 (5)  -  A PRO FOR 7 YEARS (INACTIVE 2010 - 2015)
 
CURRENT RECORD:    17-5 (12)     - 129 ROUNDS, KO PERCENTAGE: 54,55
 
PRO DEBUT:    FEBRUARY 13 - 2010 (EDMONTON, CANADA) 
 
STANCE:    ORTHODOX
 
HEIGHT:    180 CM. 
 
REACH:    178 CM. 
 
OTHER TITLES WON:    WBC INTERNATIONAL SILVER LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT (2019).
 
 
FUTURE: 

- After Ryan Ford, a former professional MMA fighter, won the UBO World Light Heavyweight title by stopping Sam Rapira in Singapore in February of 2017, he made a quick successful title-defense three months later against Robert Berridge, also in Singapore.

He then decided to move down to Super Middleweight for some world-level title-fights in Russia and Germany, but returned to Light Heavyweight in early 2019 to win the WBC International Silver title with a knockout of then unbeaten Serge Michel in Germany.

Later that year he controversially came up short against British Super Star in-the-making Joshua Buatsi, but rebounded in December with a sixth round stoppage of Mexican Orlando Vasquez in what was his first bout in Canada in over two years.

Ford has and admirable will and desire to face the best possible opponents, anywhere, and he has shown that he can still very much compete at top-level. He will give anyone at Super Middleweight and Light Heavyweight a run for their money, and on his day he is capable of beating most.

 
 
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